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National Park Overview

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Kibale National Park is extensive forested park (795 sq km) and it's best known for it's primate populaces and chimpanzee tracking. It contains one of the loveliest and most changed tracts of tropical timberland in Uganda. Woods spread, blended with patches of prairie and marsh, rules the northern and focal parts of the park on a raised level. With 1450 chimpanzees and 13 other primate species, Kibale has the most Chimpanzees in Uganda and Africa in general! Different primates incorporate the remarkable L' Hoest's Monkey, the high contrast colobus, blue monkey, dark cheeked mangabey, red followed monkey, olive mandrill, shrubbery infant and patto. Once in a while observed due to their bashful and selective nature however at best you can detect the woodland elephant, bison, leopard, shrubbery pig and duiker. Kibale is additionally a prominent destination for birders. A rundown of 375 animal types woodland meadow and marsh species incorporates flying creatures endemic to Kibale and various Central African specials at the eastern furthest reaches of their range. These can be looked for on the woods trails at Kanyanchu and Sebitoli the travel industry destinations and in the network run Bigodi Wetland Sanctuary on the edge of the park close Kanyanchu.

National Park Activity

Bird Watching, Nature Walks, Hiking, Chimpanzee Tracking , Cultural Tours ,Swimming.

Kibale National park covers a region of about 795km and its acknowledged to have one of Uganda's most exquisite tropical woods.It's a natural surroundings to many timberland wildlife and among these incorporate the primates alongside chimpanzees.

The forests involves the northern just as the focal piece of the park. Kibale in the northern part has a pinnacle of about 1590m above ocean level.

Lake Bunyonyi

Best Time To Visit

Best Time To Visit

Kibale National Park is open throughout the year, yet the best time to visit is in the midst of the dry seasons of June to August.Read More

Lake Bunyonyi

How To Go

How To Go

Kibale is accessible by road from Fort Portal to Kamwenge, which starts near the augmentation over the Mpanga River...Read More


Kibale is a primatologist's dream and home to 13 primate species including the very nearly 1,500 Chimpanzees, the gymnastic red colobus and exceptionally differentiating colobus, and the decent looking L'Hoest's monkey.

14 sorts of snakes, 27 kinds of frogs and creatures of land and water, something close to 20 sorts of various reptiles and no under 200 sorts of butterflies that make it a naturalist's protected house. Distinctive animals to be seen here join elephant, thorn pig, goliath woodlands crowd, bats and rodents, etc.

A birder's paradise the park is home to 340 recorded feathered animals species, which consolidate the endemic Prirogrine's near the African Pitta, Green-breasted Pitta, Afep Pigeon, White-naped Pigeon, etc.

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